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THE DAILY BULLETIN, -APRIL 18, 1895.
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Tho Philadelphia battalion will
land for shore drill to-morrow morn-'
Tho Govoriiniont baud U playing i
at tho Quuen'a Hospital this after ,
Senator W. II. llieo will furnish '
horses for the mounted patrol at $75
Tho drill shed U Iming decorated j
for tho rogiuinntal hop to-tnorrow
Tho fcAsouablo rains continue,
dttninishing tho daugor of early
A meeting of the Y. H. I. wil bo
held this ieuiug at tho regular timo
Owing to tho drought provailing
at Malum, Sam Andrews has stopped
The ship Hawaiian Isles will bo
towed to sea to-morrow by tho
Bteauior W. G. Hall.
There in no postponement of tho
lautern lecture by Captain Cochrane
on Saturday evening.
Ah Yau pleaded guilty to having
opium in possession in the District
Court today nnd was fined .?."0.
The baseball clubs are practicing
daily for the coming Boason, not wit h
standing the iucieuieiit weather.
Prof. Stoeckle, who has recovered
from a eevero illues., will leavo for
Hawaii next week for a vacation.
Harbormaster Fuller is now com
fortably quartorod in his new oQlce,
corner of Allen and Kichards streets.
David Dayton has houses, furnish
ed and unfurnished, to let in town
and suburbs, also has building lots
Nino Japaneso gamblers woro
brought in this morning by Captain
Kanae. Thero was ouu female in
Thero will be uo service nor choir
rehearsal of the Second Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
Japanese and Chinese ware, furni
ture, plants and for ns, etc., will be
sold at auction by L. J. Levey at 10
o'clock on Friday.
Seed for sacaliue, a new forage
plant, has hfen introduced by Com-
tnissionor Marsdeu. Tho plant has
a high reputation abroad.
Thomas A. Lloyd of Kalihi is able
to conio to town, after a long con
finement from a bodily wrench he
got iu workiog about his place.
Professor Burger will play nation
al airs of different countries iu con
nection with tho lautern views at
tho drill shed Saturday evening.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
weok or month. Terms: 25 and DO
cents por night; $1 and $1.25 per
L. H. Doe drovo about town yes
t onlay afternoou iu tho statu car
riage recently purchased by him at
auction. Larry handled a double
Horace Mahaulu, messonger for
the Land Office, was givou the g. b.
to-day, for not carrying a gun dur
ing tho lato trouble. He has been
succeeded by Dibble, an ex-policeman.
The police had drill on Palaco
Squaro early this morning under
command of Souior Captain Parker.
The bayonet exercises were loudly
applauded. They will drill again on
Mr. Rubinstein, manager of Hy
man Brothers, was thrown from bin
horse yesterday afteruoon and had
his shoulder put out of place. Dr.
Miner reset the joint and left the
United CarriagOtompany'a stand,
besides haviug superior naoks al
ways ready at the call of "290' fur
nisnes fine livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. It. Harrison, practipai piano
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same done
W. E. Rowell is now the owner of
the historical schooner Norma lying
iu rotten row, Ho is having her rig
ging renewed and subjecting her to
a general overhauling. Mr. Howell
Im not decided as yet what ho will
do with the schooner.
Jos. Marsdon, Commissioner of
Agriculture, has been besieged by
Hchool children during the past week
for permission to iuvado tho Gov
ernment nurseries on Mount Tanta
lus. No ouo is allowed on tho
grounds unless provided with n pass
from Mr. Mamdun.
The members of the mounted pa
trol have been supplied with long
clubs. They will carry theso horo-
aftor, discarding tho riUes. j
Tho following persons have taken
the oath to support tho Constitu I
tion: Kawiki Kauui and J. Kaalo
kai, Hawaiian; Molly Alatau Atkin
son. Hawaiianborn English; H. E.J
Walty. American, and J. Cook, Por-!
, If you want your watch ropalrod. '
I If you want jewelry made up neatly, i
If you want souvenir spoons, or any- ,
I thing iu tho jewelry lin. H. G.
j Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
j is your man. Ho was for teu yars
i tho practical watchmaker for Wen-
, tier ii Co.
Subscription lists aro to be eircu-
lated for tho relief of Frank Silva, ,
who was ronfined for four months I
from injuries sustained by a fall
whilo working on board tho S. S.
Australia and is permanently dis
tabled from work and iu destituto
INSURANCE TESTIMONIALS. '
Prompt Payments ot Policios ou tho
Life of 0. O. Heritor. j
Honolulu, March 15, 1895,
Mr. J. M. Dowsett, Agent Now York
Life Insurance Co., Honolulu,
Dear Sir: In behalf of my daugh
ter, Mr. Bergr, tho beneficiary, per
mit mo to thank you for tho Now
York Lifo chock for $ 18,500, same
boincr paymont iu full of policies Nos.
138,012, a35,42t$ and 102,112, on tho
life of tho late Charles O. Berger,
whoso death occurred on January
Kindly express to your good com
pany my thanks and appreciation
for their prompt adjustmout of the
above claims. Yours faithfully,
H. A. WlDEMANN.
Honolulu, H. I., Mar. 15, 1895.
Mr. S. B. Kose, Agent of The
Mutual Lifo Ins. Co. of New
Dear Sir: In behalf of my daugh
ter, Mrs. Berger, the beneficiary,
permit mo to tbauk you for tho
Mutual Life check amounting to
$501200 which you banded mn this
day, being payment in full for policy
No. 2&G907 on tho life of my son-in-law,
Charles O. Berger, whoso death
occurred January 20th last.
I also wish through you to thank
the great company you represont for
its promptness in adjustiug tho
claim. Very truly yours,
H. A. WlDE3IANN
Bind Tour Locks.
Tho front door of tho Iwakami
store, adjoining Ordway & Potter's
on Hotel street, was found unlocked
last night by officer John Poai. Tho
proprietor was promptly notified.
Tho store contains a largo quantity
of silk materfbl which could be
packed oil easily. Nothing was
found missing. Tho olhor nigh the
front door of tho California Wiuo
Co. on Fort street was also found
By Lowis J. Loey.
TO-MORROW, April 19,
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will iell at I'ulillo Auction, at my Sales
room i, a 1 nrge and Varied .m-
Japanese and China Wares
Cups and Bauceri. Tea, Coffea and Teto-a-
Ttt Bets, Plates, 8uce Dishes,
Flower Pols, Etc., Ktc. Also
Dry Goods, Household Funlture,
Dei Linen, BlWnr Plated Ware,
Hinder Be wing Machine, Child's Crib,
Kitchen Utensils, Kerns, Plants, Klc.
Beach House To Lett
A FURNISHED HOUSE
Is to 1ft or leaao at
Walklkl beach, a few ruin-
ntcti' walk frnm thn trim.
car. It nan Look lloato, liatb House and
Good Sxa lluthlnc. IlouieboM Utensili
and Dishes aro all complete. Hooms may
be let with bathing privileges, if the whole
promises are not taken.
lUvrtothtr Houhoi in town ami suburb
to Irt, luihUhod and u ifurnUhed,
AUo Iluildin! Lots (nrMitn,
Inqulreol DAVID DAYTON,
HOnSE FOU BALE.
I UIHT HAY Itll).
1-j Iiik Hone, good
sized and fehow y animal.
for Hiile. AUo u kooJ
MUS. C. W. ABHKOKIl,
Neur Ice Works.
Every once in a whilo wo
have something that wo feel
like making a run on ; not be
cause we are overstocked, but
b"causc we recognize good
value in tho goods for the
WHITE AND ORBMB
COTTON DRESS GOODS,
WHITE AMD CRKME
COTTON DRESS GOODS.
We find it pays us to often
let Mich goods go for Iubs
than the market price ; it
brings trudo and gives general
Si tisf action to buyers.
This wkeic and until Banter
we aro going to offer
WHITE AND GltEMK
COTTON DUKbS GOODS,
WHITE AND GltEMK
COTTON DltESS GOODS,
at 15 contu a yard.
Wo havo always sold this
same lino of goods at 25 cents
a yard. We know of nothing
that will make up prettier for
Easter and are satisfied that
if you will only look at somo
of the patterns, you will ap
preciate our offer.
New goods and good goods.
B. P. EHLERS & CO.
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged by
everybody to bo the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in special desinf
manufactured to order on
JACOBSBN & PFEIFFER,
P. 0. Du 287. Fort Street.
Daily Bulb-tin 60 cent ptr month.
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Why Are We Thronged?
What Ts the Attraction?
& At tho Right Prices
PRINTED MUSLINS nn.l OIlINKl.Kn MUM.8 -Can't hlp but attract;
they aro now, not a'utio In Matcrlul but also In Patterns, u
PRINTED and SDMI) COW) II COTWN DUOK-ln Cream, White ami
Kcru, In jircty Polo Dots and Stripes. There's wear; thero'j stylo
ami only 'JOcts a yard.
UKINKI.KUHEPONSsndKAKOY DIlESS Ol.VUlIAMS-ln Strh.fs and
Pla'ds, last colors; 8 yards for$l.
PKINTED IRISH 1.AWN9 and PIUNTEI) DIMITIES-In tho latest
KKKNTH PRIVTED PKEI'At.ER-ln pretty Stripes and FUuroi; Juit
the thing lor Ladles' Shirt Waists.
Art Denim ! Art Denim !
A nice I'rjH In Odl and Pretty Sharif, the niot crvlcrnblc material for
covorlnR O'tshlont, Pillow, o.c. Tlniy aro Washable and they weir. Don't
fall t'i tec thrni.
3ST. S3. SACHS,
520 Fort St - - Hon.ol-uJ.-ix
WHAT IS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
This great tempcranco beverage is pre
eminently a homo requisite for homo making
and home drinking. It makes you feel better
and do bettor. Tho genuine
Hires Root Beer
makes the children happy and gives the grown
up folks tho vigor of youth. It's a real homo
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
delicious, sparkling, health-giving drink.
KS Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Chahleb E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I find a groat relief in drinking your Root Duor, aa I havo
been trouhlcd with dyniiupsin, nnd Bliould feci very sorry if I
could not kcup mynelf mippliud with it. I drink it when it is
fermented. It. F. ricorr, 2510 Meredith St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
U. 8. A."
"I have used your Root Deer for over a year, and I find it
not only a health! ul bevorago, but it atimulatcs tho Htoinar-h. I
uso no much of it that I buy it by thu dozen at a time Jno. C.
Lkstkk, Tritnary School, No. U, 'J'Jth St. Cor. 2U Ave, N. V.
City, U. 8. A."
IIoiiron Drug Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company "
HoLUSTEU Drug Company, Ltd. .. . "
Lewis & Company Growrb
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE!
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
makes 5 Gallons of a